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Here, you’ll get a tutorial on Custom Slideshow:
1.Click OK - Add photos screen will come up – you will choose to add photos from Organizer or from a folder on your computer/network •you will get a visual representation of images that you wish to add if you add from Organizer. Do this by clicking off box that resides in lower left corner of image. The image will then be added to your project. •The application will get you out of Photoshop Elements for you to find images that are in folders on your hard drive if you select add photos from folder. However, you don’t get to see all photos in folder until you import them into Slideshow Editor. •Thus, it is much advisable to adding photos to Organizer are easier and more visual.
2.After adding your photos, Photoshop Elements adds them into slideshow editor. Then, Photoshop Elements offers you a variety of output options where you can experiment and play around on. Slideshow editor will enable you to add audio tracks, voiceovers, and transitions to your slideshow. You can also set duration that you want images to remain onscreen. You’ll find how to add them as simple enough as adding your photos. 3.Adding text - choose font, font size and color you want to use. Move text anywhere on "slide" that you wish or choose text orientation and text justification. When you Click Ok, text remains where you aligned it.
You can still experiment more as you add audios and transitions for your slideshow. Just remember to have fun while doing it!
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